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Kinda wish there was more to amazing Chyornaya Peschera...
Topic Started: Oct 31 2017, 02:26:08 AM (232 Views)
Light Infantry
Dunno, that cave was such great location for stealth; wish there was more than just trying to find your way out.

I'm not game designer, and have no idea about those things, but I think it would have been great if there were some guards equipped with NVG, especially being sensitive to light we are producing, be it a torch, cigar, or our own NVG if we used them.

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A nutjob without borders

True. I think kojima and co did great with the limitations they had with the ps2
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The Departed
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Your friendly neighborhood truck

I actually hated the caves tbh. Navigating without goggles felt like an absolute choir and having to rely on a map that I gotta constantly pause to view was more than tedious.
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Duck as sake no bidibgeybfbfhailhydradrinkn:(

awards and such

r.i.p. to the coolest dude we'll ever know :gary:
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I remember the graphics in the caves to be truly amazing the reflections made by the torch, the caves were really hard to pass through first time
Edited by Ishmael Snake, Oct 31 2017, 09:33:59 PM.
Good luck kiefersnake ! "Vic" Boss
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You can replicate the feeling of being in the cave throughout the entire game by just closing your eyes. Becoming the Blind Snake.

It took me at least 1 hour to get out of that place the first time I played the game. If only I had used the map or increased the brightness of the TV to see better.
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It'd be great for stealth. Especially if the enemies were equipped with infrared goggles. Maybe have Ocelot Unit soldiers with infrared goggles and body armour (which would make them a little bit like battle dress wearing guards of MGSV) hunting you in the cave. The infrared goggles would make the guards see you from a lot farther away than guards normally see you from. And equip the soldiers with something more powerful. Like shotguns and machineguns instead of just assault rifles.
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